Category : Lifestyles

Coalition honors Incredible Kids

By Sarah Lawson, Correspondent   The Central Texas Youth Coalition hosted the 18th annual Central Texas Incredible Kids Celebration on the morning of April 13 to honor 12 exceptional youth. The Youth Coalition is comprised of four organizations: the Boys…

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The movers & shakers of Belton

By Leah Edwards, Correspondent The monthly Shakers & Stirrers High Speed Networking Luncheon ,hosted by the Belton Chamber of Commerce, was held Friday, February 17 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Montgomery Chiropractic in Belton. These networking events are…

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Teams Gear Up for 2017 Family Promise Bed Race

By Danielle McCarthy Everett, Correspondent It’s a competition concept many may consider unconventional – beds becoming colorful and creative racing carts. The decorated racing beds will fill the parking lot of First Baptist Temple at 11 a.m. on April 1…

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UMHB associate dean introduces his friends

By Lindsay Starr Platt, Correspondent University of Mary Hardin-Baylor Associate Dean, Graduate Programs in McLane College of Business and Associate Professor of Accounting, Kirk Fischer, will be heading to Los Angeles for the release of his solo smooth jazz album,…

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Exchange Club preps for 2017 community service projects

By Danielle McCarthy Everett, Correspondent Members of the Exchange Club of Temple-Belton are looking forward to continuing the club’s tradition of community service in the months ahead and are making plans for upcoming service projects. Club members are in the…

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United Way of Central Texas’ provides tax help through VITA program

Special to the Journal United Way of Central Texas and its community partners—Helping Hands Ministry of Belton, the McLane School of Business at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, Central Texas Workforce Solutions, Temple College, and Fort Hood United Way— kicked…

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Swing into spring with 4-H

By Jackie McLaughlin, Contributor 4-H Clubs in Bell County have come a long way. A book found at a local estate sale by Bell County Extension Education Association member, Joy Scott, depicts the “Boys 4-H Club Handbook of 1951 in…

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Ronald McDonald House Charities: A home away from home

By Rebecca Pesqueda, Correspondent With over 300 in operation across the globe, the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Temple is just one of many that continues to impact the lives of families who walk through its doors. The RMHC serves…

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Madrigal’s performace outstands at MOAA

By David Tuma, Publisher The Madrigal ensemble performed for the Military Officers Association of America at Wildflower Country Club on Feb. 4. MOAA is a growing organization of retired, active duty and former officers of the seven uniformed services located…

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Missing important member of our family

On January 18, 2017 at 10:45 AM, one of our family pets got out of the fence and ran away from home. Linkon (pronounced Lincoln) is a male fawn colored Boxer with a white chest. We have not seen him…

0 Comments / 558 View / January 19, 2017